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Differential Diagnosis of 'Pigmentary Changes' at the Macula (I)(T)

Description
This is an Interactive Session and therefore is NOT available on Demand.

Learning Objectives
By the end of this lecture, participants will:

1.       Have a better understanding of the role and utility of multimodal imaging in the differential diagnosis of macular pigmentary changes 
2.       Have an increased ability to interpret OCT, Autofluorescence and OCTA scans with regards to macular pigmentary changes
3.       Have increased confidence in the management of macular pigmentary changes

Assessment:  There are no MCQS with this presentation, however it is interactive so be prepared to be asked to discuss some questions during the 60 minutes.

On Demand Not Currently Available due to the Interactive component of this presentation does not transcend into a recording.  Thank you.

Resources

Slides from Michael's interactive presentation Saturday 20th March.
Please open when advised by Michael during this session.
Please open when advised by Michael during this session.
Please open when advised by Michael during this session.
Please open when advised by Michael during this session.
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